About

jessicaaubin

Jessica Aubin, MS CCC SLP

Jessica is a 2005 graduate from the University of Washington, one of the top 3 programs for Speech Language Pathology in the Unites States. Her work experience covers a broad range of settings from in-patient rehabilitation, long-term care, and rehabilitation facilities to the public school setting.

Apart from being a Washington State licensed Speech Language Pathologist, she holds multiple specialty certifications including certifications from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), Vital Stimulation certification for dysphagia competence with the Claudia Allen Dementia Scales and PROMPT training for Apraxia of Speech.

I believe in making a functional difference in people’s lives. I rely on researched based practices to provide the best services possible, and if I need to be creative with my treatment approach or reach out to the community to connect people with what they love to do, then I explore those options as well. Good therapy is about helping other obtain the best quality of life possible.

Mary-Jensen

Mary Jensen, MS, CCC-SLP

Mary has worked in public schools and in private practice as a Speech-Language Pathologist in Idaho, California and Washington with students from preschool through middle school age. She developed a “community learning” program used for many years by the Bainbridge Schools. She was a member of the “Wings Team” at Wilkes Elementary, working with and providing support for students on the Autism Spectrum and their parents and staff. Mary also worked for several years as part of the multidisciplinary preschool team. In her free time, Mary teaches tap and clogging and tries to learn the fiddle.

megan

Megan Moyer, M.S., CF-SLP

Megan is a Washington state licensed speech therapist and a recent graduate from University of Nevada. She has experience working with children and adults in out patient settings, schools, and hospitals. She also works in skilled nursing facilities in Kitsap County providing adult language, swallowing, and cognitive therapies. As a Speech Pathologist, Megan is constantly seeking creative ways to engage her clients in meaningful therapy and to provide continuous improvement. She enjoys working with all speech and language disorders from children to adults.

She is newly married to a Navy officer and lives in Poulsbo.